are we being filtered

It’s disheartening to witness what is happening to the Native American’s presence throughout the Internet.

I am a sole operator of this Social Media Network. This vantage point provides me a unique perspective towards the Native America’s online presence.

All the top Native American pages that I have been monitoring on the most popular Social platform are being filtered drastically. Example: My main page has an average of 600 new likes per week but the total likes have remained the same for over a year. I hesitate to use any names, provide details or to point the finger because my network would be …

Does anyone have any advice or is there any action we can take without jeopardizing our online presence?

The Ya-Native Network is needed now more then ever. I need an angel investor to accelerate this project. Please contact me for details.

Our online Native presence is just a fraction of what it used to be and we may loose it completely unless there’s something we can do…

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A free Leonard Peltier Campaign

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For the record, I don’t condone these actions, but damn this is a great idea …

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Feel free to attach any images of international currency that states ‘Free Leonard Peltier’.

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Check out my personal free leonard peltier site @ Free-Leonard-Peltier.com . I plan add another site to host this domain. For now, I added it to my person site.

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Here’s my first site I used to promote Leonard’s situation:  Free-Leonard-Peltier @ Ya-Native.com

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Check out the largest Support group for Leonard Peltier.

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Sand Creek Massacre: Without Any Declaration Of War

Sand Creek Massacre: Without Any Declaration Of War

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By Black Powder | Red Power Media, Staff

The beginning of the American Civil War in 1861 led to the organization of military forces in Colorado Territory. In March 1862, the Coloradans defeated the Texas Confederate Army in the Battle of Glorieta Pass in New Mexico. Following the battle, the First Regiment of Colorado Volunteers returned to Colorado Territory under the command of Colonel John Chivington.

Chivington and Colorado territorial governor John Evans adopted a hard line against “Indians”, whom white settlers accused of stealing livestock.

Without any declaration of war, in April 1864 soldiers started attacking and destroying a number of Cheyenne camps, the largest of which included about 70 lodges, about 10% of the housing capacity of the entire Cheyenne nation.

Tensions peaked that summer, following the murder of a white family near Denver Colorado, a crime attributed at the time to raiding Cheyenne or Arapaho…

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Oilpatch Dismayed By Liberal Move To Ban Crude Oil Tankers In Northern B.C.

Oilpatch Dismayed By Liberal Move To Ban Crude Oil Tankers In Northern B.C.

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The Douglas Channel, the proposed shipping route for oil tanker ships in the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project, just south of Kitmat, B.C. The Douglas Channel, the proposed shipping route for oil tanker ships in the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project, just south of Kitmat, B.C.

By Geoffrey Morgan | November 16, 2015

CALGARY – Executives in the Canadian oilpatch are dismayed the federal government is poised to ban crude oil tanker traffic on the North Coast of B.C., which would hurt the Northern Gateway pipeline’s chances of being built.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau followed through on one of his election promises when he asked Transportation Minister Marc Garneau to “formalize a moratorium on crude oil tanker traffic on British Columbia’s North Coast” in a mandate letter published Friday.

“All of the natural resources that we, as a natural resources country, sell, we sell at the world price except for one,” Questerre Energy Corp. president and CEO Michael Binnion said, referring to oil.

He added that Canadian oil producers are forced to accept a…

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FBI Interferes With Exhibit Of Work By Native American Artist Leonard Peltier

FBI Interferes With Exhibit Of Work By Native American Artist Leonard Peltier

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FBI interferes with exhibit of work by the renowned Native American artist Leonard Peltier

An art exhibit commemorating National Native American Month at the state Department of Labor and Industries building, Tumbwater, Washington, is being dismantled in response to complaints received from law enforcers.

“This is overt government censorship and it’s unconstitutional,” said Peter Clark, co-director of the International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee.

“Former agents of the FBI, joined by State police officers, have imposed their personal views on the citizens of the State of Washington. It’s ironic that in celebration of Native American Month, the government is suppressing freedom of expression by a Native American. But everyone should be alarmed by this occurrence. Once you allow the censorship of an artist by government, you give it the power to censor everyone.”

Those opposing the installation of the artwork were not offended by the content…

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Oak Flat

This is an open Discussion on the topic of Oak Flat.

Please feel free to add your opinion or resources so everyone can learn more on this subject and hopefully bring a a little attention to the situation.

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Here’s a great description I located @ the Tucson Weekly.

You may not have heard much about Oak Flat, and that’s no surprise. After all, this patch of natural beauty sprawls across federal forest land, out in a rural corner of Arizona. It’s way off the radar for most major newspapers, and far from the hum of metropolitan life.

But Oak Flat hits close to home for the San Carlos Apache Tribe and the Yavapai-Apache Nation. Both consider the spot, in the high desert outside the former mining town of Superior, to be holy ground. They have conducted sacred ceremonies there since forever.

And since early February, a group called Apache Stronghold has also staged a gritty, ongoing occupation at the site.

As it happens, the Apaches aren’t the only ones who care about Oak Flat. Multi-national mining companies likewise harbor deep affection for this place, since it’s perched atop a huge copper deposit. Arizona Sen. John McCain cares, too. For years, legislation that would trade away Oak Flat to the mining companies felt flat from lack of support. So in 2014, McCain finally slipped it into an unrelated military spending bill. Subsequently, Oak Flat now belongs to the Resolution Copper Co., which is jointly owned by international mining companies Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton.  –  source

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Northwest Region – ‘Ask an Elder’

allnationsmustuniteThere are many questions that only the Elders can answer.  This blog post is designed to provide a means for Elders to answer. The blog will be populated with your Q&A found in the comments.

Please feel free to comment with your questions directed to that elders in this area.

Overtime, this blog will be promoted to the Elders in this Region.

Thanks for your participation.

Sub-Arctic Region ‘Ask an Elder’

There are many questions that only the Elders can answer.  This blog post is designed to provide a means for Elders to answer. The blog will be populated with your Q&A found in the comments.

Please feel free to comment with your questions directed to that elders in this area.

Overtime, this blog will be promoted to the Elders in this Region.

Thanks for your participation.

Arctic Region ‘Ask an Elder’

There are many questions that only the Elders can answer.  This blog post is designed to provide a means for Elders to answer. The blog will be populated with your Q&A found in the comments.

Please feel free to comment with your questions directed to that elders in this area.

Overtime, this blog will be promoted to the Elders in this Region.

Thanks for your participation.

 

Grace Islet Home On Sacred Aboriginal Cemetery To Be Demolished

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The Canadian Press,Posted: Aug 10, 2015

Cultural workers will be at the site to ensure that 16 cairns are not disturbed

Crews will soon deconstruct a partially built home on a sacred burial site off Salt Spring Island, B.C., after a multimillion-dollar deal with the landowner.

Construction on a Grace Islet house started last fall after the landowner got the necessary permits, but First Nations raised concerns about the historical significance of the area.

Work stopped in December, and the land was transferred to the Nature Conservancy of Canada after the B.C. government paid the landowner $5.45 million.

Linda Hannah, the nature conservancy’s regional vice-president, said Monday that the house was at the framing stage when the order to stop work was issued.

She said cultural workers will be at the site to ensure that 16 cairns beneath the foundation are not disturbed.
Hannah said elders from eight First…

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First Nations Seek Injunction To Stop Site C Dam Work, Destruction Of Eagle Nests

First Nations Seek Injunction To Stop Site C Dam Work, Destruction Of Eagle Nests

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By Judith Lavoie / DeSmog Canada

Two Treaty 8 First Nations have applied for an injunction to prevent BC Hydro from cutting down trees containing eagle nests in preparation for construction of the controversial Site C Dam.

Several legal challenges to the $8.8-billion dam are pending, but the nest removal is scheduled to start September 1, according to a letter from BC Hydro to the Treaty 8 Tribal Association that gives notice of the “planned removal and destruction of Bald Eagle nests from construction areas of the Site C Clean Energy Project.”

Applications to the B.C. Supreme Court for an injunction and a judicial review have been made by the Prophet River First Nation and West Moberly First Nations. In a separate case, both bands are also seeking to overturn provincial approval for the dam.

The petition asking for an injunction says that Treaty 8 First Nations will suffer irreparable harm that cannot be mitigated…

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